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Bolton v Everton preview

Bolton midfielder Keith Andrews is a major doubt for Saturday's FA Cup fourth round tie against Everton.

The Republic of Ireland international has been troubled by an Achilles problem for a number of weeks and is now suffering from discomfort in his thigh.

Marvin Sordell is pushing to start in attack having scored three times during the two matches against Sunderland in the previous round.

Stuart Holden and Josh Vela returned from long-term knee injuries to feature in the replay at the Stadium of Light and are expected to be involved once more.

Defenders Matt Mills (thigh) and David Wheater (knee) remain on the sidelines along with midfielder Mark Davies (shoulder).

New loan signing Craig Dawson is cup-tied having played for parent club West Brom against QPR in round three.

Everton could welcome Kevin Mirallas back into their starting XI at the Reebok Stadium.

The Belgian forward made his first appearance since early December during Monday's goalless draw with Southampton, stepping off the bench for a 20-minute cameo.

David Moyes will definitely be without the services of Seamus Coleman, with the versatile Irishman having hobbled out of the action at St Mary's with a thigh problem.

Darron Gibson is nursing a thigh complaint of his own, and may miss out a result, while Tony Hibbert is continuing his rehabilitation from calf surgery.